Messaging app Signal’s founder and CEO Moxie Marlinspike will step down and WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton will become the interim CEO.
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Telegram recently had its one billionth download, becoming one of about a dozen apps in the world to hit the milestone. Too bad that when it comes to mobile messaging, one name still rules them all.
A recent deluge of downloads of messaging app Signal exposed tensions about its direction and management under its unconventional founder and CEO, Moxie Marlinspike.
Messaging app Signal has seen “unprecedented” growth following a controversial change in rival WhatsApp’s privacy terms and is looking to hire more staff as it seeks to bolster the service and supporting infrastructure.
WhatsApp founder and CEO Jan Koum is leaving Facebook, just a few years after his messaging app was acquired by the social media giant for $22bn. With Koum’s departure, Facebook loses one of its
Silicon Valley is as much about creating legends as it is about changing reality. Where else could a guy get turned down for a job and then, five years later, sell his company to the people that turned him down for US$19bn? I’m talking, of course, about